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Substance Use Health and Wellness

If you struggle with addiction and want to stop using, or use more safely, Codman’s Substance Use Health and Wellness providers can help. We have physicians, nurse practitioners, social workers, and behavioral health counselors who have extensive experience in the field.

Medication-Assisted Treatment

We offer medication-assisted treatment for addiction (pills and monthly injections) for opioid cravings and withdrawal symptoms. We also prescribe Vivitrol (pills or once monthly injections) for alcohol and opioid cravings and withdrawal symptoms.

Counseling/Therapy and Groups

Patients often benefit from talking about life situations with counselors. Our behavioral health providers are ready to help you reach your goals. Codman knows that those struggling with addiction often benefit from the support and community of others who deal with the same issue(s). We offer groups for men and women that are staffed and facilitated by experts in the field.

Frequently Asked Questions

You can speak to your provider, or contact our clinical care coordinator at 617-822-8366. Our services are always confidential.

Yes. Codman works with many patients who continue to use substances. We can help you with harm reduction, as well as get you on your way to recovery.

Codman’s enrollment staff can help you obtain health coverage if you qualify.

We can usually initiate treatment within 72 hours. We work to ensure a seamless transition when patients are referred from other programs.

We also provide training and naloxone (Narcan HCI) nasal spray for opioid overdose.

  • Physicians
  • Nurse Practitioners
  • Behavioral Health counselors
  • Social workers
  • Case managers
  • Community health workers

Don’t let your substance use issues hold you back another day. Call 617-822-8366 to find out how Codman’s Substance Use Health and Wellness department can help you.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Patient statements are issued on a weekly basis for any new patient responsibilities that have been identified within the previous week. For accounts with balances less than $25.00, additional statements are issued every five weeks. For accounts with balances of $25.00 or more, if the patient has not paid the balance by the time the next statement is due, the account is referred to our reminder agency, which then begins a series of letters and calls reminding them that their balance is overdue.  No additional statements are sent out.

Have questions about your bill? Call (617) 822-8257.

Your provider can send an electronic prescription to the pharmacy located on the ground floor of the Health Center. You can pick up your prescription prior to leaving the Health Center. You can also get your prescription called in to an outside pharmacy as long as you bring the phone number with you.

Check with your insurance company to see if your prescriptions are covered by your policy. If they are, you may be restricted to certain pharmacies and you may need to make a co-payment.

We also have a prescription refill phone line you can call for refills: (617) 822-8371.

Visit our Health Insurance page to see a full list of all the Health Insurance Providers we accept.

Codman Square Health Center is an independent facility managed by a community Board of Directors. This allows our community to make the decisions regarding the services we offer.

Our hours of operation may vary between departments, but our standard hours can be found here and at the bottom of your screen.

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At Codman Square Health Center, you get exceptional, personal care from a specialized, multilingual care team. Our convenient resources include an extensive list of primary, specialty, and preventive care services. Call our Patient Service Center at 617-825-9660.

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